- Report: #598299
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Complaint Review: AT&T Broadband (local) Telephone Co.
AT&T Broadband (local) Telephone Co.Oakwood, Georgia United States of America
AT&T Broadband ,local, Telephone Co. Phone Company ,bought out Bellsouth in Gerogia, AT&T Technician Illegallly access my Wireless Home network and Internet Access Oakwood, Georgia
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I returned from college this afternoon to find an AT&T technician sitting in his truck with the door open next door. I had to get my stuff out of my car and as I walked around my car I can see the technician working on his computer. (the way my neighborhood is I was only 3 feet away from the guy when I got my bag out of my passenger side). I immediately go into my house and check my router and the SOB is logged into my my wireless acces. I block his MAC address and call AT&T to report the theft of service by their technician and after 15 minutes I get someone on the phone and ask for the supervisor and then all that I for 10 minutes is that is impossible and their techs would connect and blah blah blah. I threatened to call the police and the guy laughed at me and said go ahead. If my routers logs ha not reset when I reset the router to kick the guy off I would have called the Police.
This is the exact kind of service and reason why I canceled all my home AT&T services 3 years ago....
This report was posted on Ripoff Report on 04/29/2010 03:57 PM and is a permanent record located here: http://www.ripoffreport.com/r/ATT-Broadband-local-Telephone-Co/Oakwood-Georgia-/ATT-Broadband-local-Telephone-Co-Phone-Company-bought-out-Bellsouth-in-Gerogia-ATT-598299. The posting time indicated is Arizona local time. Arizona does not observe daylight savings so the post time may be Mountain or Pacific depending on the time of year.
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